On a very grey day last Sunday, I took the invalid to look around Weston Park Museum in Sheffield. He still couldn't stand being out in the cold much, so we had a good look around inside (but sadly we were not allowed to take photographs).
There is a bit of everything in the museum. Some Sheffield life (which I really love) including a great feature on Park Hill flats when they were first built and a wonderful section on the Attercliffe area of the city - when it was in its heyday. It also has a great wildlife section and the special feature at the moment is about fairy stories. We passed a good few hours.
We decided to walk the long way back to the car (which wasn't very far), through the park itself. The gorgeous bandstand is used to get married in these days - a great idea.
We were interested in the tall monument. Heed the warning about what happens when you move from Yorkshire to London!
The stonework is so intricate and very beautiful.
It would photograph better against a blue sky !!
Not many of the flower beds remain now as they have all been dug over for winter, but this one still looks really pretty.